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Showing Stories from 7th November 2017 to 10th January 2018
Single crewing puts officer safety at risk, survey finds

Single crewing puts officer safety at risk, survey finds

(10/01/18) Almost 50 per cent said they always or often worked alone and were attacked with a weapon at least once in the last year.

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(09/01/18) Members of public launch missiles and petrol bombs at PSNI officers (09/01/18) Retailers joint fight against 'scourge of acid attacks'
Attack on dog handler is 'sad reflection on society'

Attack on dog handler is 'sad reflection on society'

(31/12/17) Officers are being assaulted on a regular basis, says chief inspector.

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(30/12/17) Sergeant whose work hits the back of the net awarded BEM (29/12/17) Health bosses to consider 'drunk tanks' roll-out (28/12/17) Officer dismissed for possessing indecent images of children (18/12/17) Hillsborough officer will not be charged over cigarette burns claim (18/12/17) Police 'don't fully understand' the context MPs work in, report claims (14/12/17) Civil Nuclear Police Federation celebrates pay parity agreement (13/12/17) BTP spends up to £5m a year on overtime as a result of poor shift patterns (12/12/17) World's largest deployment of body-worn video cameras was held up by IT issues (11/12/17) How police are tackling acid attacks (08/12/17) Force apologises for incorrectly claiming weapons were carried by supporters (07/12/17) Overtime and mutual aid bill soars as fracking protesters dig their heels in (06/12/17) Public Order Digest out now (December) (06/12/17) Finn's law introduced at parliament (04/12/17) Hillsborough match commander given legal aid (27/11/17) PCC refuses to cover Hillsborough match commander's legal costs (24/11/17) Football banning orders decline for seventh year running (24/11/17) Border Force officers confiscate 174 per cent more firearms and stun weapons
Force wants to recruit 300 volunteer PCSOs

Force wants to recruit 300 volunteer PCSOs

(23/11/17) It is hoped the unpaid workers will help maintain a quality of service 'within challenging financial times'.

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(20/11/17) Only a 'matter of time' before MoD sites are targeted (20/11/17) Protecting abortion clinic patients is 'matter for the police,' Nick Hurd says (17/11/17) Force must reconsider 'legal legitimacy' of demonstration response (16/11/17) Met Police officer cleared of excessive use of force (13/11/17) Prisoner gives evidence via phone at misconduct hearing (12/11/17) Merseyside Police discover 'sweet spot' solution to night time economy (07/11/17) Million Mask March organisers 'refused to engage with police'
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